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German Renaissance man Alexander von Humboldt was born 250 years ago. His contributions to science and the natural world are being celebrated by artists at the Humboldt Forum in Berlin.
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Germany has expressed its willingness to take in a quarter of migrants who arrive in Italy by boat. The Ocean Viking docked in Lampedusa, allowing 82 migrants to disembark.
What kind of agriculture do we really want? How sustainable, regional, animal-friendly and expensive can it be? These and other pressing issues are part of a debate about radical agricultural reform of policy currently going on in Brussels.
ms that have flooded roads and towns. The storms hit the mainland after passing over the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea.
Tunisia is known as the birthplace of the 2011 Arab Spring. Today, it is held up as the only nation in the region to have successfully managed the transition to democracy. But it is still beset by problems.
Tens of thousands of protesters disrupted the IAA car show in Frankfurt on Saturday. The protests were organized by several environmentalist groups. DW looks at the groups, their aims and the problems they want to fight.
The Schlei is a 42-kilometer inlet of the Baltic Sea. Once a Viking home, today it's a beloved sailing spot. DW's Nicole Fröhlich explores the region and goes to the city of Flensburg.
The Schlei is a product of the ice age. It pokes 42 kilometers inland. Sweeping landscape, picturesque villages and great sailing bring thousands of tourists to the region.
Vikings lived on the banks of the Schlei in the 9th and 10th centuries. Haithabu was a major trading center then. Today, visitors can tour the reconstructed Viking village and museum.
Merchants of Flensburg got rich off the rum and sugar trade coming out of the Caribbean colonies. The northern German city was Europe's rum capital in the 18th century.
DW viewer Nina Kapanadze shows off Tbilisi, her hometown and the capital of Georgia. She takes you to the old town, the Narikala fortress, and knows where the good and local eats are.
DW viewer Timon Traub went to Los Angeles and brought his camera with him. Here are some of his shots.
Mugabe left behind a country wrecked by hyperinflation, dollarisation and deeply entrenched corruption. But many Zimbabweans also remember him as their country's liberator from white minority rule and for broadening people's access to education and land.
The Marseille-based artist receives the award of the National Gallery Berlin this year. Above all, the jury praised the challenging and unsettling language of the work. Born in 1980, Curnier Jardin lives in Berlin.
A pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong has been disrupted by counter-demonstrators waving Chinese flags. A sit-in at a shopping mall turned violent when pro-Beijing activists confronted the demonstrators.
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